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Additional reports and facilities

Here are some additional news services you may find of interest:

View the most recently added photographs in the gallery 

Compare the reports from last week with those of the previous week and the same week last year. 

Want to know "what's hot"? Here is a list of the thirty species that have generated the most tweeted records in the last thirty days. This is an indication of the most interesting visible species at the current time.

Interested in Dorset's more notable bird records? Here is a list of those seen since the start of 2017 with the number of reports in each year.

An RSS feed of the recent reports that you can import into your own RSS reader if you use one. Click the icon here and then on the page that appears click on the RSS logo on the top right of the display; then copy the URL and paste it into your readers feed system.

All my Nature Notes from Dorset to give you hours of interesting reading! 

There are various wildlife conservation and monitoring organisations in Dorset that publish a daily diary of what has been seen 'on their patch'. Whilst I try to include these records in the Nature of Dorset daily summary and in the historical database you may prefer to read their own contributions as they often contain more detailed information than I include

The pick of yesterday's Twitter tweets and photographs presented in an attractive readable newspaper format. 

A list of all species in the Nature of Dorset database that have records showing the number of records and sorted in descending order by the number of records. 

A list of all sites in the Nature of Dorset database that have records showing the number of records and sorted in descending order by the number of records. 

A list of the contributors of records used in the Nature of Dorset database